CRE Paper 2 Questions and Answers - Cekena Pre Mocks 2022

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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  1. Write your name, class and admission in the space provided above
  2. Sign and write the date of examination
  3. This paper consists of six questions. Answer any five questions in the spaces provided.
  4. Each question carries 20 marks.
  5. Candidates should check the question paper to ascertain that all the pages are printed as indicated and no question is missing.
  6. Candidates should answer the questions in English


QUESTIONS

  1.                              
    1. State Nathan’s prophecies about the Messiah in 2 Sam 7: 3- 17. (5mks)
    2. Describe what took place when Mary visited Elizabeth in (Luke 1:25-56). (8mks)
    3. What lessons do Christians learn about the nature of God from the Magnificat? (7mks)
  2.                              
    1. Describe the incident when Jesus was rejected at Nazareth Luke 4: 16 -30. (7mks)
    2. Narrate the healing of a paralytic man in Luke 5: 17 – 26. (7mks)
    3. In which ways does the church in Kenya help the sick. (6mks)
  3.                    
    1. Give seven reasons why Jesus used the parable of the prodigal son in his teaching. (7mks)
    2. Identify seven reasons that made Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus. (7mks)
    3. Outline ways in which Christians can respond to false accusations. (6mks)
  4.                      
    1. Give seven reasons why Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to his disciples. (7mks)
    2. State six gifts of the Holy Spirits from the teaching of Paul in 1 Cor. 12. (6mks)
    3. In what ways can Christians identify those who are led by the Holy Spirit among themselves? (7mks)
  5.                    
    1. Outline six causes or rape in Kenya today. (6mks)
    2. Give reasons why sexual immorality was rare in traditional African society. (6mks)
    3. Identify eight effects of irresponsible sexual behavior in Kenya today. (8mks)
  6.                        
    1. Give seven advantages of monogamous marriage. (7mks)
    2. Outline the importance of children in both Christianity and traditional African communities. (7mks)
    3. Identify ways in which Christians minimize conflicts between parents and their children in Kenya today. (6mks)


MARKING SCHEME

  1.                                    
    1. State Nathan’s prophecies about the Messiah in 2 Sam 7: 3- 17. (5mks)
      • Be a descendant of King David.
      • Establish an everlasting kingdom
      • Rule over Israel forever
      • Deliver Israel from political enemies
      • Always be supported by God
      • Be a great king whose kingdom will be kept strong
        (5x1 = 5mks)
    2. Describe what took place when Mary visited Elizabeth in (Luke 1:25-56). (8mks)
      • She entered Zachariah’s home.
      • She greeted Elizabeth.
      • When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greetings the baby in her womb leaped.
      • Elizabeth was filled with the holy spirit
      • Elizabeth exclaimed with a loud cry.
      • She blessed Mary/ the child in the womb.
      • Elizabeth wondered why Mary the mother of her lord has visited her.
      • Elizabeth informed Mary that the baby in her womb had leaped for joy in her greetings
      • Mary responded by praising God/ magnificat
      • Mary stayed with Elizabeth for three months.
        (8x1 = 8mks)
    3. What lessons do Christians learn about the nature of God from the Magnificat? (7mks)
      • God is a savior
      • God is mighty
      • God is holy from generation to generation
      • God is merciful/ caring/ loving/kind
      • God is a protector
      • Good is a provider/sustainer
      • God is faithful
      • God is a helper
      • God is just
        (7x1 = 7mks)
  2.                      
    1. Describe the incident when Jesus was rejected at Nazareth Luke 4: 16 -30. (7mks)
      • Jesus came to Nazareth where had had been brought up.
      • He went into the synagogue as he usually did on the Sabbath day.
      • He was given the book of prophet Isaiah when he stood up to read.
      • He opened the book/ found the place that was written about him/ read it to the people
      • After reading he closed the book and gave it to the attendants/ sat down.
      • Everybody in the synagogue looked at him
      • He told them that the scripture he had read was fulfilled in their hearing.
      • All the people were happy with what he had spoken.
      • People wondered aloud saying “Is this not Joseph’s son?”
      • Jesus told them that they would ask him to do in his own country things he had dome in Capernaum/ a prophet is not accepted in his own country.
      • He told them that there were many widows in Israel during the time of Elijah but God sent the prophet to a widow in Zarephath.
      • Jesus passed through their midst and went away.
      • They were filled with anger/ wanted to throw him headlong down the cliff.
      • He challenged them to move from the old traditional order to the new one which he had brought.
      • The disciples of Jesus plucked and ate grains on the Sabbath day which was unlawful/ he had healed a man with a withered hand on the Sabbath day.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    2. Narrate the healing of a paralytic man in Luke 5: 17 – 26. (7mks)
      • Jesus was teaching one day in a room with the Pharisees and teachers of the law sitting by.
      • The power of the Lord was with him to heal.
      • Men were bringing on a bed a man who was paralyzed.
      • There was no way to bring him in because of the crowd/ they went up on the roof and let him down with his bed before Jesus.
      • When Jesus saw their faith, he told the man that his son’s were forgiven.
      • The scribes and the Pharisees began wondering who it is who spoke blasphemies/ they said that only God could forgive sins.
      • Jesus asked them why they had questions in their hearts/ asked them whether it is easier to say your sins are forgiven or to rise and walk.
      • Jesus told the paralyzed man to rise, to take up his bed and go home.
      • The man rose took up his mat and went home glorifying God.
      • Everybody was amazed and glorified God/ they were filled with awe, saying they had seen strange things.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    3. In which ways does the church in Kenya help the sick. (6mks)
      • The church provides free/ affordable medical services for the sick.
      • It gives financial/ material assistance to the sick.
      • The church provides guidance and counseling services to the sick.
      • By constructing hospitals/ mobile clinics/ recreational facilities for the sick.
      • The church trains medical personnel to offer health services.
      • By preaching messages of hope to the sick/accepting them in church.
      • The church prays for the sick/ laying hands/ anointing them.
      • The church participates in cleaning the environment for good health.
      • The church members visit/ encourage the sick.
      • The church has rehabilitation centres where they care for the sick.
        (6x1 = 6mks)
  3.                    
    1. Give seven reasons why Jesus used the parable of the prodigal son in his teaching. (7mks)
      • To encourage sinners to accept the word of God.
      • To show the consequences of loose living.
      • To encourage people to realize their sinfulness/ be willing to repent/ reconcile.
      • To teach people about God’s love for all people/ kingdom of God is for all people.
      • To show God’s unconditional forgiveness.
      • To warn against judging others/ condemning them.
      • To teach his audience the need to rejoice for/ welcome repentant sinners.
      • He wanted to encourage families to live in harmony/ unity.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    2. Identify seven reasons that made Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus. (7mks)
      • Greed for money/ material possession.
      • It was God’s will for the fulfillment of the scriptures to be realized.
      • He was tempted by Satan.
      • He was looking for fame/ recognition.
      • He was unhappy with Jesus’ activities.
      • He was an informer of the Jewish religious leaders.
      • He was expecting a political messiah yet Jesus was a spiritual messiah.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    3. Outline ways in which Christians can respond to false accusations. (6mks)
      • Praying for them/ pray for oneself,
      • Take courage
      • Should not revenge/ retaliate against the accuser.
      • Seek biblical guidance/ seek divine intervention
      • Should not give up/ not discouraged
      • Love the accuser/ imitate Jesus
      • Stand by the truth
      • Avoid confrontation either verbal or physical
      • Forgive those who accuse them falsely.
        (6x1 = 6mks)
  4.                    
    1. Give seven reasons why Jesus sent the holy spirit to his disciples. (7mks)
      • To comfort the disciples.
      • To counsel the disciples on what is right.
      • To convict people of their sins.
      • To remind the disciples on what Jesus had taught them.
      • To guide them in the truth of God’s Kingdom
      • To reveal to them the future/ God’s will
      • To bring glory to Jesus
      • To enable disciples to witness about Jesus throughout the world.
      • To replace the physical presence of Jesus/ stay with the disciples forever.
      • To empower the disciples to perform miracles.
      • To empower the disciples to be able to speak with courage/ confidence/ authority.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    2. State six gifts of the holy spirits from the teaching of Paul in 1 Cor. 12. (6mks)
      • The gift of wisdom.
      • The gift of knowledge
      • The gift of faith
      • The gift of hearing
      • The gift of performing miracles
      • The gift of discerning spirits
      • The gift of speaking in tongues
      • The gift of interpreting tongues
        (6x1 = 6mks)
    3. In what ways can Christians identify those who are led by the Holy Spirit among themselves? (7mks)
      • By listening to their confession/ they should confess Christ.
      • By analyzing the kind of doctrine they preach/ teach, whether it centred on Jesus Christ.
      • By examining the lives of fellow Christians whether they possess the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
      • When a believer does not use gifts of the holy spirit for selfish gain/ motive
      • Whether a Christian leads people to Christ/ repentance.
      • By observing their behavior their behavior which contradict the teachings of Jesus Christ/ be role models
      • When a Christian gives glory/ praise to God after performing miracles.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
  5.                  
    1. Outline six causes or rape in Kenya today. (6mks)
      • Negative mass media influence that portrays woman as sex objects.
      • Indecent clothing
      • Illness e.g. madness
      • Poor religious values
      • Uncontrolled sexual desires
      • Weak morals
        (6x1 = 6mks)
    2. Give reasons why sexual immorality was rare in traditional African society. (6mks)
      • During initiation young people were taught on responsible sexual behavior.
      • Marriage was compulsory for all adults
      • There are rules and regulations to govern sexuality.
      • Boys and girls were not allowed to mix freely.
      • There was proper guidance and counseling on sexuality.
      • Severe punishment was prescribed for irresponsible sexual behavior.
      • Virginity was highly valued.
        (6x1 = 6mks)
    3. Identify eight effects of irresponsible sexual behavior in Kenya today. (8mks)
      • Promote spread of sexual transmitted diseases
      • Increase mental disorders e.g. rape victim.
      • Unwanted pregnancies/ abortion/ street children
      • Irresponsible parenthood
      • Increase in poverty
      • It leads to death e.g. AIDs
      • It leads to loss of status in society
      • It causes disagreements in the family/divorce/ separation
      • It leads to one facing legal consequences/ imprisonment
      • It leads to single parenthood
      • It lead to forced/ early marriages
      • It leads to school dropout
        (8x1 = 8mks)
  6.                        
    1. Give seven advantages of monogamous marriage. (7mks)
      • It promotes intimacy.
      • It minimizes wrangles/ conflicts on ownership of property
      • It enhances security among family members
      • It enhances undivided love
      • It upholds the dignity/ honesty/ confidence of family members.
      • It reduces the risk of contracting HIV/AIDs and other STI’s
      • Catering for family needs is easier
      • It reduces delinquencies among family members.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    2. Outline the importance of children in both Christianity and traditional African communities. (7mks)
      • They take care of their parents during old age
      • They ensure continuity of the community
      • They inherit their parents property
      • They are a sign of God’s blessings
      • They provide labour for the family
      • They cement the relationship between couples in marriage.
      • They raise the status of the parents
      • They are a source of joy and happiness
      • They are a source of wealth.
        (7x1 = 7mks)
    3. Identify ways in which Christians minimize conflicts between parents and their children in Kenya today. (6mks)
      • Providing guidance and counselling/ advising them
      • Praying for families
      • Making fair judgment in resolving conflicts
      • Setting a good example to others in the society
      • Teaching the word of God concerning families
      • Encouraging/ campaigning for monogamous marriages.
      • Offering financial help to families that are poor.
        (6x1 = 6mks)

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